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24-03-2020, 15:50   #556
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Is it really a "laugh out loud" moment?
You must be simply amused.
it is indeed a "LOL" moment, and I will indeed LOL


... "lol"

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Plenty of snow in Italy lets hope it kills that virus

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Cold is useless against covid 19. Heat might be more help
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A lot of people contracted the virus in the first place through going on skiing trips to Italy.
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Hasn't helped in Australia. They are currently at our summer temperatures.
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24-03-2020, 19:24   #561
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All in 10 days time, what could possibly go wrong? With this in mind I have heard that the ECM model maybe less accurate due to the on going situation because of less aircraft-based observations being available.
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The GFS still going for some sort of Northerly during the first week of April. Will the ECM back it?

Although most people won't give two figs if we miss out on one at this stage. I would like some night time snow, it'll be a bit of a distraction from the current situation
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25-03-2020, 18:22   #563
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To be honest, snow would be great right now, no-one needs to commute anywhere.
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25-03-2020, 21:40   #564
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There could be quite a bit of snow for the Wicklow Mountains if this verifies! What are the chances of that, though?

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25-03-2020, 22:10   #565
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To be honest, snow would be great right now, no-one needs to commute anywhere.
No we need wet and cold weather to keep every clown in the house
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Yeah, nurses and doctors don't need to commute to work.
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unlikely to be any snow, the charts are showing plenty of dry over the next 2 weeks.
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unlikely to be any snow, the charts are showing plenty of dry over the next 2 weeks.
They have flipped to a dryer scenario now, but were showing the possibility of something a bit wintry in the first week of April. It seems the Polar Vortex is still active enough, so the high out to the west can't move to the north west to allow a northerly to take hold. As you say this should mean alot of dry weather, as long as the high does not get flattened by any residual energy left over from the PV. Either way I think we've seen the end of the conveyor belt of lows that plagued us for months on end.
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They have flipped to a dryer scenario now, but were showing the possibility of something a bit wintry in the first week of April. It seems the Polar Vortex is still active enough, so the high out to the west can't move to the north west to allow a northerly to take hold. As you say this should mean alot of dry weather, as long as the high does not get flattened by any residual energy left over from the PV. Either way I think we've seen the end of the conveyor belt of lows that plagued us for months on end.
yep, we are finally rid of this incredibly wet and miserable 7 month spell of deluges. Having said that we could do with it lasting an extra month or two right now just to keep everyone inside as much as possible. Fingers crossed we have a relatively dry run up to August. The extremely long range charts want to bring us a typical Irish August with a fairly decent run of weather between now and July.
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Is weather to get milder and more moist next week?
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